PHOENIX - Nine people, including an infant, were rescued from dangerous flood waters Tuesday night in north Phoenix.
Fire crews said three cars and a dump truck got swept off Carefree Highway near Interstate-17, leaving the motorists stranded.
Air15 was overhead as a man and a baby were rescued from their car.
Phoenix Fire Department spokesman Scott McDonald said no one was taken to the hospital.
Carefree Highway at I-17 was shut down for hours during the rescue.
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